Kansas City Chiefs’ fans believe the signing of slot receiver Steve Breaston is going to be the most important of the Chiefs’ moves in unrestricted free agency.
I can’t say I disagree.
I think Breaston is a valuable added dimension for a varied passing game. Combine the fact that he played for Kansas City coach Todd Haley in Arizona and the Breaston addition could be enormous for the Chiefs, who had a strong offseason-signing period.
As of 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Breaston received 45 percent of the vote. Former Baltimore defensive tackle Kelly Gregg received 23 percent. Former Baltimore Fullback Le'Ron McClain received 15 percent. In-house free-agent center Casey Wiegmann received 14 percent of the vote and former San Diego linebacker Brandon Siler received three percent of the vote.
We didn’t include the re-signing of franchised linebacker Tamba Hali because we were only dealing with unrestricted free agency in the poll. Nearly 5,000 votes were cast. Thanks for playing along.